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I have a panasonic cq-c7303n car stereo. A cd recently got stuck in it and after finally getting it out it now wont accept any new cd's and the screen just reads please eject disc when there isnt one inside. do you know how i can fix this problem?

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It has cd transport mechanism problems. If it cost less than $300, junk it because ot fix that will cost about $125. I fix them for $100 shipping included. Goodluck.

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